Millennium STEM Ambassador Application
At Millennium, we believe that Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) plays an important role no matter which field you choose to pursue. STEM is a way to empower yourself and a way for you to stand out. We work with the goal to empower youth through the development of skills in STEM. Through hosting various conferences and workshops, we emphasize the connection of technology and computer science with other industries and career fields and equip students, especially females, with the necessary technological skills to be successful in their future careers.

Founded in 2018, Millennium's ambassador program selects 1-2 ambassadors from every high school in Edmonton to represent their school at the conference and help promote and market the conference. Current grade 9 to 11 students (enrolled in high school during the 2019-20 school year) are eligible to become Millennium ambassadors!

Commitment:
- Attend bimonthly meetings starting in September
- Attend general meetings
- Advertise/market the Millennium STEM Conference from September via posters, SchoolZone news, social media, etc. (most material is provided)

Perks:
- Reference letters upon request
- Guaranteed delegate positions in the conference
- Discounted tickets*

Deadline: March 31, 2019 11:59 PM Mountain time
Questions can be addressed to millenniumalberta@gmail.com

*Dependent on budget

You will be notified of your acceptance as an ambassador after March 31st.

Email address *
Last Name *
First Name *
Grade *
High school enrolled in Fall 2019 *
Please specify if you are unsure
Cell phone number *
Why do you want to be a Millennium Ambassador? (less than 100 words) *
List 3 experiences (volunteer, work, extra-curricular, etc.) that you think will complement a position as an ambassador. *
What is one idea you have to market the conference efficiently and effectively? *
Are you a recurring ambassador?
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